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    • so is there just no water
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    • Imagine taking your socks off and having to pour the sweat out.
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    • Water 2. The wetter water
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    • Hydrophobic water tight materials still have water wash over them to contact the grime and dirt guys... if dirt is on the material, the water isn’t repelled from the dirt- just the material. For the most part the socks and just water tight not hydro phobic. Drying then is easy. Dump ‘em, invert ‘em
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    • Can you imagine how sweaty your feet would get on a hot day
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    • wait you’re gonna sweat regardless where ur sweat gonna go??
      Phite 29 jul
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    • Probably just turn them inside out
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    • *sockproof water
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    • You turn them inside out. I have a pair they are fan fucking tactic for wading through water in my boots. Even if the water gets to the top it barely if any gets down into the sock. Just turn it inside out to wash!
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    • Turn em inside out and rinse off the grime and flip em back. Now the sweat is gone and you can drop in an odor eater
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    • Good for walking on water, terrible cum sock
      TallTales 28 jul
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    • Soap has nonpolar and polar ends, so if the socks are hydrophobic then a decent guess is that the nonpolar end of the soap will clean the socks, and the polar end helps the soap get rinsed out. Science
      BabyMouse 28 jul
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    • Socks are waterproof not the dirt and grime on them
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    • God imagine the sweat you'd feel wearing these
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    • Imagine how much sweat would hold in them
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    • Dry cleaning?
      skibbitty 27 jul
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    • Only the outside material would be waterproof, thus, if you flipped it inside out, the inner material is washable.
      Anssus 2 aug
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    • Is that Chandler
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    • Ok but that would mean you’re feet would heat up like an oven and you’d just be standing in a pool of your own sweat
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    • Turning them inside out? Most likely is only the exterior that’s waterproof
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    • Sockproof water you knob.
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    • I mean it’s waterproof on only one side so that way you just turn it inside out and then wash them
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    • Dry clean
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    • Imagine your feet start to sweat and the sock is waterproof and won’t absorb the sweat and now there’s a pool in your socks instead of your socks in the pool
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    • But that means if you sweat, all that sweat will be there forming a little pool of sweat at the bottom
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    • With dihydrogen monoxide
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    • Wait so when u sweat it's just going the sit in ur sock
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    • Wash the inside out with warm water, I have a few pair it's nit that difficult. Amazon sells them
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    • These shits gonna fill up with sweat on a hot day
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    • Dry cleaning. And you could still throw those in the washer becajse it would just get all the dirt off the socks
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    • It’s dry clean only
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    • “Dry” clean them, duh 😂😂😂
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    • Wet socks is the worst feeling in the world
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    • WARNING! COLLECTIVE FUCKING LEAK!
      LORDMEMUS 27 jul
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    • This would be great for when it snows. I swear no matter how many layers you have, snow always gets into your boots
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    • Dry cleaning.
      Red993986 27 jul
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    • With dehydrated water
      Elon 27 jul
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    • Waterproof water is so contradicting that it creates a black hole just from existing
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    • Eww, nasty plastic shit. Fuck your cancer causing shit materials! Wear hemp and organic cotton you fucking retards! Wear it! Nowww!
      Sylum 30 jul
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    • But if my feet start to sweat then I’ll be walking around in my sweat and have to pour it out at the end of the day.
      FPSBULLET 29 jul
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    • Those can’t be comfortable
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    • Swim trunks are waterproof as well and you still wash them
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    • Imagine going on a hike with them and all your sweat just stays in your sock thats fuckin nasty
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    • We will need it for the raid of Bermuda
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    • Has nobody heard of dry cleaning?
      Splip 29 jul
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    • If you sweat to much do they fill like a waterballon? Asking for a friend
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    • Sweat is gonna pool in your socks, fuckin gross.
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    • How do you wash a plate? A plate is waterproof as well
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    • Sock proof water fill Swift bout to make it
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    • Sockproof water
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    • Orrrr ya know turn them inside out
      weby113 28 jul
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    • Is it me or do those waterproof socks look fucking soaked
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    • i’ve had waterproof socks for crew in the winter, and it doesn’t protect your feet from the cold at all. it’s still cold as balls and if the water level goes above where you pulled your socks, all that water rushes into your socks
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    • Why is Chandler there lmao
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    • Flip them inside out and wash them, fuck, you millennials are getting stupider and stupider
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    • Sock proof water
      Manako 28 jul
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    • That means your feet cant breathe and your foot would soak in sweat. God what a dumb creation.
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    • Just a reminder thar water is not a beverage
      DJ_Suave 28 jul
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    • You’re gonna have the slimiest stinkiest feet in the universe my guy
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    • If nothing soaks into them they wouldn’t need to be “washed” really, just rinsed
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    • Doesn’t that mean they aren’t breathable which leads to foot fungus?
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    • Flip them inside out
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    • Turn them inside out? I thought that was kind of obvious.
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    • Sock proof water
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    • No you dumbass. You need sockproof water.
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    • Wait a minute, wouldn’t your sweat just form a puddle inside the sock
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    • Acrually, you use anti waterproof water, just like water, but has anti waterproof rechnology
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    • Fucking retards just use extra wet water
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    • if you sweat.... it just pools....
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    • I have them, the inside is normal socks you just turn them inside out to wash them
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    • What sweat just fills up the inside because it has nowhere to go.
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    • If water can’t get in then sweat can’t get out. Think about the stink when those things come off!!!
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    • Just wash your stank ass feet
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    • That means the sweat will just pool up inside. Imagine dumping that out at the end of the day.
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    • All the sweat would just pool up in there. Delicious 😋
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    • That water is sockproof
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    • With anti-waterproof water
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    • Dryclean
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    • Gonna be nice when your feet start sweating
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    • Just like how you use bulletproof bullets to pierce bulletproof vests
      Fenir 27 jul
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    • If they are waterproof that means they are liquid proof meaning that your foot sweat won’t absorb into the sock
      Unruie 27 jul
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    • Dry clean
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    • Water proof water.... So oil
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    • Turn them inside out. Thats the part you wash. The outside coating is whats waterproof
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    • You wash them the same way you’d wash anything waterproof? Just because water can’t pass through it doesn’t mean it’s unwashable
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    • Imagine how hot those socks must be... no ventilation
      Arlaul 27 jul
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    • Wouldn’t it be waterproofproof water?
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    • Yeah imagine your feet sweating and having a puddle stuck inside your sock
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    • Is this just Facebook now
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    • 2006 meme
      yuOink 27 jul
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    • It’s all fun in games until you get a puddle of sweat in them at the end of the day
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    • waterproof = no airflow = worst fucking sock ever.
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    • Sorry can’t find the joke, can someone add some arrows?
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    • It's quick, it's easy and it's free. Pouring river water into your socks
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